Donald and Steven Llewellyn Farms 5114 Bedford Valley Road, Bedford, PA 15522 Cumberland Valley Twp., Bedford Co. Bedford School District Annual real estate taxes are $ 9,988 489 Ac. available for $2,599,000. This offering includes a 77 +/- acre farm (approx. 62 ac. tillable) with two story home and outbuildings at 4438 Bedford Valley Road, Parcel C-14-069 for $339,000. Also a 171+/- ac. farm (approx. 137 ac. tillable) with three homes, outbuildings, upright silos, and manure pit at 312 Nave Road, Parcel C-14-110, and C-14-060 for $779,000. These two farms are just south of the main farm complex. This main farm consists of two farms that total 242 acres (approx. 103 ac. total tillable). Parcel C-13-020 is 107 +/- ac., and parcel C-13-022 is 135 +/- ac. These two farms have a significant amount of wooded hunting land. All buildings on this larger property are back off of the road. 241 acre dairy farm is priced at $1,499,000. The dairy farm with 140 acres with no wooded land is available for $1,250,000. This main property has a four bedroom, one bath, frame, two story home. There is a 40 X 80 dirt floor, three sided pole barn for equip. storage. There is a 52 X 56 bank barn used for calf raising that used to be the old milking barn. Adjacent to that is a 75 X 100 free stall barn with 80 free stalls, now used for heifers. There is a 500,000 gallon concrete manure tank near these older barns. There are two upright silos near this free stall barn that are used for forages. In 2002 they constructed a 202 cow dairy complex with a six row, drive through, curtain sided, free stall barn with alley scrapers. This barn has wide loop free stalls and one inch thick rubber pads in the stalls. This barn has a neck rail in the feeding area, and a single curtain on the side. This barn has good ventilation with large bladed fans and high eave height. There is a double 10 parallel milking parlor with Westfalia equip., 6,000 gallon milk tank, plate cooler, work room, variable speed vacuum pump, bath with room for a shower, and an office area. The sloped holding area has a crowd gate with a back drag scraper blade. This holding area will hold 120 cows. The return alleys have built in foot baths. This barn has bedded pack pens for special needs cows and fresh cows. There is a computerized sort gate that needs a computer replaced, and is currently not working. There is a palpation rail for checking cows. Manure gravity flows to a 1,200,000 gallon lined manure lagoon. There is a pad area for ag bags. This is a modern state of the art facility that was designed for cow comfort, good ventilation and efficient herd management. These four farms will allow a farmer to own a great land base with a modern dairy complex, heifer facilities, and five homes. This land base could be used for a variety of purposes and would make a great place to put confinement buildings. The wooded land on these main farms could be sold off as hunting land. These farms are located midway between Bedford and Cumberland MD, and are about 15 miles from each town, near the village of Centerville.